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Fascinating Black-Tailed Prairie Dog 2018: The Lively Black-Tailed Prairie Dog is a Member of the Squirrel Family and Lives Normally in Small Colonies. (Calvendo Nature)
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Prairie dogs are small, stout ground squirrels. Prairie dogs reside in complex burrow systems. Entrances are easily spotted by the raised mounds of loose soil. These mounds allow a higher vantage point for sentries, or lookouts, to spot predators. Small close-knit families called coteries compose the base of prairie dog social structure. Coteries consist of an adult male, one or more adult females, and their young offspring. Groups of neighboring coteries form a prairie dog colony. Calvendo calendars are premium products - a bit more pricey than others but with added benefits: Our calendars always look beautiful on your wall because we produce them locally with premium paper and sophisticated spiral binding, ensuring easy turning of pages and flat hanging against the wall. A protective transparent plastic cover sheet provides added stability and each calendar comes in five languages. Treat yourself to a Calvendo calendar and you get something that looks better all year round.






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JSTOR1383470.^ a b c d e f Collinge, Sharon K.; Johnson, Whitney C.; Ray, Chris; Matchett, Randy; Grensten, John; Cully Jr., Jack F.; Gage, Kenneth L.; Kosoy, Michael YOnce infected, death occurs within a few days.[5][11] Black-tailed prairie dogs are also susceptible to diseases transmitted by introduced animals.[36] Predators[edit] The most common predators of black-tailed prairie dogs are coyotes (Canis latrans),[5][8][16][37] American badgers (Taxidea taxus),[5][9][16][37] bobcats (Lynx rufus),[5][8][37] golden eagles (Aquila chrysaetos),[5][8][9][37] ferruginous hawks (Buteo regalis),[5][37] red-tailed hawks (Buteo jamaicensis),[8] and prairie rattlesnakes (Crotalus viridis).[8][9][37] Although now very rare, black-footed ferrets (Mustela nigripes) were once a major predator of the black-tailed prairie dog.[37] Ecological role and threats[edit] Black-tailed prairie dogs have been called "ecosystem engineers" due to their influence on the biotic and abiotic characteristics of their habitat, landscape architecture, and ecosystem structure and function.[3][38] Research suggests black-tailed prairie dogs are a keystone species[3][10][38] in some, but not all, geographic areas.[3] Black-tailed prairie dogs enhance the diversity of vegetation, vertebrates, and invertebrates through their foraging and burrowing activities and by their presence as prey items.[3][28][38][39] Grasslands inhabited by black-tailed prairie dogs support higher biodiversity than grasslands not occupied by themStudies in 1961 estimated only 364,000 acres (1,470km2) of occupied black-tailed prairie dog habitat in the United States As you can see, we still have much to learn about prairie dogs NatureServe Source: NatureServe Trusted Article rating from 0 people Default rating: 2.5 of 5 comment on or rate this article Synonyms Learn more about this article Subspecies:Cynomys arizonensis Mearns=Cynomys ludovicianus arizonensis MearnsArctomys ludoviciana OrdCynomys ludovicianus BairdCynomys socialis RafinesqueMonax missouriensis WardenArctomys latrans HarlanCynomys cinereus RichardsonCynomys pyrrotrichus Elliot=Cynomys ludovicianus ludovicianus (Ord) [54] Public Domain Source: US Forest Service Fire Effects Information Service Trusted Article rating from 0 people Default rating: 2.5 of 5 comment on or rate this article Learn more about this article The currently accepted scientific name for the black-tailed prairie dog is Cynomys ludovicianus (Ord) [6,54,56,145].Although not typically distinguished, 2 subspecies were described by Hall [54]:Cynomys ludovicianus arizonensis Mearns Cynomys ludovicianus ludovicianus (Ord) [54] Public Domain Source: US Forest Service Fire Effects Information Service Trusted Article rating from 0 people Default rating: 2.5 of 5 comment on or rate this article Common Names Learn more about this article black-tailed prairie dogplains prairie dog Public Domain Source: US Forest Service Fire Effects Information Service Trusted Article rating from 0 people Default rating: 2.5 of 5 comment on or rate this article Disclaimer EOL content is automatically assembled from many different content providersJournal of Range Management 55 (5): 502508JSTOR3898641.^ a b c d e f Sharps, Jon C.; Uresk, Daniel W (1990)In: Uresk, Daniel W.; Schenbeck, Greg L.; O'Rourke, James T., tech

"Prairie dog care and husbandry"Verdolin (2009)This is cited as evidence that the animals have a very descriptive language and have calls for any potential threat.[14] Alarm response behavior varies according to the type of predator announcedNumerous mammalian species are found within the Colorado Plateau shrublands ecoregion, including the Black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus); Long-eared chipmunk (Tamias quadrimaculatus); Utah prairie dog (Cynomys parvidens EN); Yellow-bellied marmot (Marmota flaviventris); and the Uinta chipmunk (Tamias umbrinus), a burrowing omnivore(NatureServe) & Wallace, RA small stable population exists in Canada (Laing, 1988 COSEWIC report; USFWS 2004)Texas AnimalsWild AnimalsValentine PhotosParty AnimalsA KissPrairie DogsAnimal KingdomAdorable AnimalsThe O'jaysForwardPrarie DogsSee Morefrom news.yahoo.comborderlands: conference proceedingsVegetation heights between 3 and 5 inches (7-13 cm) and a slope of 2% to 5% are optimal for detecting predators and facilitating communication amon black-tailed prairie dogs [25,27,37,75,81]TechOver a 10-year period, the number of weaned juveniles ranged from 4 to 133 2ffeafca65



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